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News : FairWarning Issued Patent for Detecting Fraud and Misuse in CRM Systems
Clearwater, FL, USA, Jan 14, 2016 -- FairWarning, Inc, a provider of solutions which expand trust in mission critical applications, announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued U.S. patent 9,202,189 to FairWarning, IP, LLC. Issued December 1, 2015, the patent details the method of detecting fraud and improper access of business information in a customer relationship management (CRM) computer environment using audit logs.
The patent is the intellectual property foundation for FairWarning for Salesforce, a solution for Salesforce customers to manage data protection and governance from anywhere, anytime.
"I founded FairWarning to protect businesses against the theft and misuse of confidential information within mission critical apps," said Kurt J. Long, founder and CEO of FairWarning, Inc. "In 2005, when I submitted my initial patent application, EHRs and CRMs were undergoing extreme growth and were wide open to vulnerabilities. I saw this as a big opportunity to give businesses the ability to protect themselves against insider breaches as well as remediate quickly."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About FairWarning, Inc:
FairWarning is a provider of solutions which expand trust in mission critical applications, such as Electronic Health Records and cloud applications, empowering businesses to grow their reputation for protecting confidentiality, scale their digital initiatives and comply with complex Federal and state privacy laws such as HIPAA, PCI, SOX, FISMA and EU Data Protection Act. FairWarning provides a comprehensive platform for performing access reports, enforcing access policies, conducting legal investigations, and improving compliance effectiveness.
Published: Friday, January 15, 2016